KISS' GENE SIMMONS, PAUL STANLEY To Appear On "Fox All Access Countdown"

KISS bassist/vocalist Gene Simmons and guitarist/vocalist Paul Stanley will appear on the nationally-syndicated radio show Fox All Access Countdown. The show will run September 15th and 22nd and completely focus on KISS and the new album, The Very Best Of KISS.

Fox's newly-branded two-hour syndicated radio show has hit the airwaves Sunday mornings featuring a countdown of today's hottest music, plus access to the biggest talent and latest news in TV, film, entertainment, music, and sports.

Airing on radio stations across the country, the Fox All Access Countdown features music from artists, add in the 411 on today's hottest artists and celebrities, special in-studio co-hosts, exclusive interviews, promotional giveaways, and features and you have a radio show that's packed with entertainment.

For a list of radio stations carrying the show, click here.

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